In this Speakeasy talk, writer Jaimal Yogis explains how our fear and emotions play out in our lives like waves in the ocean. Combining neuroscience with psychology, he explains that when we try something new, even if it scares us, it creates new pathways in the brain that ultimately make that activity less scary and more manageable.
“It’s healthy, I think, to expose ourselves directly to the fear, but in a loving way.”
- The neuroscience behind our emotions
- Why approaching our fears is healthy
- How the motion of waves in the ocean can act as a metaphor for our lives
- How there is true value in losing your inspiration, just as much as in finding it
To learn more about Jaimal Yogis, visit jaimalyogis.com.
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